Fiat Lease Deals

Best Fiat Personal & Business Lease Deals

Fiat leasing deals are suitable for those who are looking for classic small cars with an abundance of personality. Fiat is one of the world’s most recognisable brands, with over a century of innovation and elegant design to call upon. A is one of the most popular in the UK due to their affordability and suitability for urban environments. Once you have factored in your budget for mileage and the initial payment, you can compare a variety of Fiat models for contract hire to find the best model to suit you. Less More

Popular Fiat Models to Lease
Fiat’s most iconic model is the Fiat 500. In fact, there are few small cars that are as recognisable. This car exudes personality and is the perfect city car, with a sleek and deceptively spacious 500 hatchback design. Due to the success of the 500, Fiat expanded the range to include the Fiat 500L and 500x both are considered mini MPV's perfect for a small family on a budget. Another great small car model is the Fiat Panda, which is also perfectly suited for urban and suburban environments.
The Tipo Hatchback, on the other hand, offers a sporty feel that provides power and comfort in equal measures.

Many Fiat models are available as hybrids and provide low emissions for petrol fuel types.

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More About Fiat

The sheer choice in Fiat ranges means that there is something for every taste and need. Fiat is one of the most recognisable brands in the world of cars and make for great car leasing choices.

History of Fiat

Founded in 1899, Fiat is one of the world’s oldest car manufacturers. Within 11 years they were the largest Italian car producing company and expanded operations to the US. They first started manufacturing electric cars in the 1970’s and have won several awards for having the lowest emissions among Europe’s top ten best selling manufacturers.

Technology in the Fiat Range

Fiat is best known for their low emission designs. Most models come with a 7-inch display as standard as well as Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibilities. Bluetooth connectivity and a DAB radio also feature. Hybrid models are ubiquitous for Fiat, and electric cars, such as the new car on the range, the electric Fiat 500 La Prima, which is fast charging with lots of style.

Fiat Servicing and Warranty

The Fiat warranty for new cars provides three-years/60,000 miles of cover. To ensure that your Fiat maintains its top level of performance, Fiat states it should be serviced yearly or every 9,000 miles - 12,000 miles, depending on the model.

Related Manufacturers

Alfa Romeo are popular with those that enjoy the Italian aesthetic but are seeking a high-end range with top of the line features. If a distinctive look is of primary concern, then a Toyota might provide an alternative option. Fiat and Abarth have very similar designs,so they are well worth checking out too.

Finding a Fiat Lease Deal with Lease Fetcher

Lease Fetcher is a car leasing comparison site sourcing deals from FCA-approved BVRLA brokers. You can filter a search to take into consideration various factors. These include the manufacturer (for example, Fiat, Audi or BMW), the range (the Fiat 500 or Abarth 595), and then the model (the Fiat 500 Rockstar or Prima). You can also filter pricing options to include fuel types (hybrids, electric or petrol) and body type (hatchbacks, sports car or SUV). As well as accessing special offers, this can help you to get the best car for the lowest price. 

Frequently Asked Questions

How much is it to lease a Fiat?

Fiat car lease pricing will depend on the model and range in question, not to mention the broker and your bespoke needs. With lots of options available, there is sure to be something to suit your needs or budget. Road tax will be included in the price.

Is it better to buy or lease a Fiat?

While some prefer to own their car, it does come with a significant financial commitment. Leasing can be an affordable way for most people to access a new car, even models at the high-end of the pricing scale. Be aware of any excess mileage charges and that personal lease deals will inc VAT, while business deals will be ex VAT.